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From IMDb: Three innocent men, ex-convicts, are convicted of bank robbery and murder on the strength of fingerprints found at the scene of the crime. Police detective Charlie Chan, believes the men are innocent, investigates and finds that others have planted the fingerprints, using prison-file fingerprints as their source.
Stars: Sidney Toler, Mantan Moreland, Ben Carter, Benson Fong, Teala Loring, George Holmes, Joyce Compton, John Eldredge, Russell Hicks, and Tim Ryan
Mantan Moreland and Ben Carter perform a version of their nightclub routine.
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This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films
Director: Phil Karlson
Producer: James S. Burkett
Production Company: Monogram Pictures
Audio/Visual: Mono, Black & White
Keywords: Mystery; Murder; Thriller; Charlie Chan
Creative Commons license: Attribution 3.0
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Subject: As expected, I enjoyed this Chan flick
I especially like the bit Mantan Moreland did with Ben Carter. "You know who I saw the other day? I saw..." "How's he doing? Last time I saw him he was with..." "Oh, she's gone now..."
The audio came across just fine on my computer.
Subject: Poor sound quality
I love Charlie Chan movies so I tried this one. It turned out to have low sound quality on my new speakers. I hope this can be fixed so I can watch it next time.
Subject: Excellent Charlie Chan Movie
This movie had a good plot and fine performances from Sidney Toler and company. There was comedy relief in the supporting cast, which was wrapped up nicely in the last scene. The sound and visual of the movie was exceptional. Very enjoyable!
Subject: Fantastic Quality
This film is a great reminder of my youth, watching these films on BBC2 in the 80's. Whoever encoded these Chan films did a great job. Excellent quality using h264 codec for near perfect copies.